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Lovely light yet flavorful wine. Tastes like you are drinking cherries. Wonderful! Read more
Aromas of red fruit. Flavors of red cherry, strawberries, and a touch of pepper. Decent balance with nice acidity and only a hint of tannins- thoug... Read more
Light yet flavorful. Even Seth liked it. Very drinkable Read more
Food Pairings for Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages Red
Lovely light yet flavorful wine. Tastes like you are drinking cherries. Wonderful!
Aromas of red fruit. Flavors of red cherry, strawberries, and a touch of pepper. Decent balance with nice acidity and only a hint of tannins- though a bit thin. Should be even better next year.
Light yet flavorful. Even Seth liked it. Very drinkable
The nose is loaded with fresh crushed strawberry and cranberry, and a hint of spice. The medium plus acidity overshadows any tannins. It is fresh and young and the best value among the Beaujolais-Villages. See additional Wine Dine With Us reviews of Beaujolais wines at: http://bit.ly/rsl0cS
Good wine for a good price. Get this when you think you want the other Beaujolais in November. Easy drinking Gamay that is not a novelty. Goes with just about any food...try with roast chicken or pork.
Light, drinkable, a wine that I always remember and keep going back to (especially at such a great price). First had it with Thanksgiving dinner, then again the next week with veggie pizza. Possibilities are endless. It is very fresh, not too much acidity. One of my favorites.
Very light, fruit forward. Flavors of fresh strawberry. Very drinkable
External Reviews for Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages Red
Full and generous dark cherry flavors make this a potent, relatively large-scale Beaujolais. The finish contrasts sweetness with the bite of resinous tannin, offering potential to develop over the next year.
"Strong red purple colour. Fresh red fruits on the nose with a hint of dark cherry. Slightly spicy with a touch of grey pepper
Dark cherry flavors balance a light, brisk acidity in this dry, earthy style of Beaujolais. The fruit flavors are gentle and restrained.
Pour this light, clean, cherry-fruited Beaujolais on a picnic with landjaeger sausages.
Silky and medium-bodied, this red offers sappy cherry and wet earth flavors, with vibrant acidity on the finish. Drink now.
The slightly darker-colored and more serious 1999 Beaujolais-Villages is tighter and more structured. Black cherries and grapes are found in its silky-textured, medium-bodied character. Drink this excellent value between 2001 and 2004.
Ruby-red. Enticing aromas of raspberry, cherry pie and smoky herbs. Sweet and juicy but tight, with tangy flavors of redcurrant, spicecake and cracked pepper. Finishes brisk and tight, with good clarity. This is quite a bit more serious than the straight Beaujolais, and offers less mainstream appeal; I like its vibrancy and focus.
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